Jenna Kim Jones was born in Seoul, Korea and lived there for approximately 8 years until she moved to Provo, Utah. At 18, Jenna left Provo to attend New York University where she majored in Producing and Writing for Television. During her time at NYU, she interned at Follow Productions, The Martha Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and CBS Primetime Casting.
Jenna began performing stand up comedy when she worked at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. After working at The Daily Show for almost 4 years, Jenna met her husband Allan Moss and the two were married in July of 2012 at which point Jenna left New York City to move to Los Angeles, California to pursue comedy.
In April of 2012, Huffington Post Comedy named Jenna one of 18 Funny Women You Should Be Following On Twitter. Jenna has appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and performed stand up alongside some of the best comedians including Jim Gaffigan, John Oliver, Wyatt Cenac and Aasif Mandvi. Her first stand up comedy special #SorryNotSorry with Jenna Kim Jones is available for sale on Amazon. She recently launched her weekly podcast also called #SorryNotSorry that is being well-‐received and gaining popularity quickly.
Jenna is also known for her work as the on camera host/narrator of the feature length documentary, “Meet The Mormons” which was released in theaters nationwide on October 10, 2014 and is, as of now, the 31st most successful documentary of all time.